Kawa Ada

Diego Matamoros, Kawa Ada and Kyra Harper in Copenhagen, at Soulpepper

Photo by Cylla von Tiedemann

Soulpepper’s production of the heady play about a meeting between brilliant scientific minds is interesting but often drowned by waves of verbiage Read more


Kawa Ada and Jonathan Winsby, Kiss Of The Spider Woman

Photo by John Gundy

Eclipse Theatre's site-specific staged concert production of the Tony Award-winning musical delivers a one-of-a-kind experience Read more


From a pop music legend and two Olivier Award-winning Canadians to one of the country's most eclectic artists performing behind bars, here are a bunch of folks serving up big drama in the new year Read more

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PlayME's Agamemnon

Aviva Armour-Ostroff

Series enters its second season with a Nicolas Billon hit Read more


The Death Of Mrs. Gandhi And The Beginning Of New Physics (A Political Fantasy)

Cylla von Tiedemann

>>> Women rule in a sharp-edged look at female world leaders Read more

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After a play's run ends, the published script can reach those who either missed the show or want to relive the experience. Here are some recently published Canadian plays that would make great gifts for the theatre lover on your list. Read more


The Enchanted Loom

Dahlia Katz

A Sri Lankan family living in Toronto faces medical and emotional problems Read more


Incident At Vichy

Cylla von Tiedemann

Arthur Miller’s play looks at the ongoing battle between goodness and malevolence Read more


Butcher, Chasse-Galerie and Kinky Boots walk home with lots of critical love Read more


Salt-Water Moon

Joseph Michael Photography

A stripped-down, poetic staging of David French’s classic love story is sure to win your heart Read more


Digital duet Read more


It Wanders Read more



Mike Ford

In his Next Stage Fest show Rifles, playwright Nicolas Billon targets political apathy, a subject he's dramatized before in his Governor General's Award-winning Fault Lines trilogy Read more


Nicolas Billon's fascinating play brings together three seemingly unconnected characters caught up with money and morals Read more


Weak laughs Read more


Anosh Irani uses laughter to look at a dysfunctional Indian family Read more